B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Leptocarpus similis Edgar
Apodasmia similis, also known as oioi or jointed wire rush, is a plant that is endemic to New Zealand. It is a coastal plant but is also found around peat bogs and hot springs. It flowers from October to December and bears fruit from December to March.
- Briggs, B.G.; Johnson, L.A.S. 1998: New combinations arising from a new classification of non-African Restionaceae. Telopea 8(1): 21-33.
- Oioi at Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand
- Apodasmia similis at the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network
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